Margaret Drabble

Margaret Drabble: Selected full-text books and articles

Margaret Drabble: Existing within Structures By Mary Hurley Moran Southern Illinois University Press, 1983
Women Writers Talking By Janet Todd Holmes & Meier, 1983
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Margaret Drabble's Wordsworth By Perkin, Russell Wordsworth Circle, Vol. 46, No. 3, Summer 2015
Investing in Conrad, Investing in the Orient: Margaret Drabble's the Gates of Ivory By Bowen, Roger Twentieth Century Literature, Vol. 45, No. 3, Fall 1999
Feminist Ideology of an Academic Woman in Margaret Drabble's the Millstone By Yilmaz, Sümeyra Buran Journal of Research in Gender Studies, Vol. 4, No. 2, July 1, 2014
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Bucking a Trend: Oates's "The Buck" and Drabble's the Witch of Exmoor By Fiander, Lisa Mosaic (Winnipeg), Vol. 37, No. 3, September 2004
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